To date, there have been many techniques used to generate micro-optic structures in glass or other materials. Using methods common to the lithographic industry, the manufacturing technique known as 'binary optics,' has demonstrated the use of diffractive optics in a variety of micro-optic applications. It is well established that diffractive structures have limited capability when applied in a design more suited for a refractive element. For applications that demand fast, highly efficient, broadband designs, we have developed a technique which uses laser figuring to generate the refractive micro-optical surface. This paper describes the technique used to fabricate refractive micro-optics. Recent results of micro-optics in CdZnTe focal planes are shown.